February 14, 2012 - 8:33pm
“We’ve been debating this issue in Frankfort for more than 15 years. The citizens of our state are clamoring to have their voices heard,” Gov. Beshear said. “Two recent polls show more than 80 percent of Kentuckians want to cast a ballot on gaming. Are we going to listen to them or not?”
Calling it “the best way to keep hundreds of millions of dollars here at home,” Gov. Steve Beshear and Sen. Damon Thayer announced their plan to introduce an expanded gaming bill in the Senate yesterday. The bill would authorize a statewide vote to amend the state’s...
December 28, 2011 - 9:45am
Whether for or against casino gaming at racetracks, voters want the opportunity to voice their opinion.
A recent survey, commissioned by various Kentucky horse racing interests, shows that Kentuckians want the chance to vote on whether to allow casino gaming in Kentucky. The Garin-Hart-Yang Research Group in Washington, D.C. surveyed 612 Kentucky voters statewide December 12-14, 2011 regarding their...
September 11, 2011 - 12:01am
The Carnegie Center's fundraiser was in full swing last night as the about 300 benefactors and patrons who bid silently, and some not so silently, enjoyed the delectable delights of Catering by Design and sampled wines from Huber Winery, several other winery and The New Albanian Beer Company. BUSTA Dog was busting some moves to 107.7 WSFR, well that is to say his brats, bison dogs and other delicious "dogs" were moving as people lined up to sample Busta Dogs covered in onions, peppers, potatoes or anything on his list. Check it out on Twitter@bustagrill502(http://www.terrilynnscatering.com/menus/index.jsp(http://www.huberwinery.com)
The Carnegie Center’s Taste of Art and History’s annual fundraising event was spectacular, with over 300 in attendance, and it was a wonderful evening for a drive from Kentucky to Indiana.
July 29, 2012 - 8:05pm
Paula Deen stops by Kentuckiana at 10 a.m. Friday, Sept. 3, to celebrate the opening of her buffet at Horseshoe Casino with a ribbon-cutting and charitable brunch. Butter supplies expected to plunge in the wake of her visit.
Celebrity chef (and arguable Queen of Butter) Paula Deen will bring her saucy wit and Southern twang to the area Friday, Sept. 3, for the opening of The Paula Deen Buffet at Horseshoe Southern Indiana, the casino right across the river from Louisville in Elizabeth, Ind.
July 14, 2008 - 9:16pm
The name of Harrison County's largest employer, Caesar’s Indiana, has changed its named to Horseshoe Southern Indiana. Owned by Harrah’s Entertainment, they’ve upgraded, renovated and are waiting to show it off!
Visitors will find many of the same amenities at Horseshoe Southern Indiana as they did when it was known as Caesar’s. Harrah’s, the world’s largest provider of branded casino entertainment, spent tens of millions dollars in renovations for the facility.
Patrons will find over 100 gaming tables...